The rulings as issued on April 3, 2009 are:
- The court granted OPTi’s summary judgment motion that Apple’s accused products infringe the patent at suit and denied Apple’s cross-motion for summary judgment that its products do not infringe the patents-in-suit.
- The court denied Apple’s motion seeking summary judgment that OPTi was entitled to no pre-suit damages for certain products. The Court ruled that whether OPTi had given Apple proper notification of infringement on those products is a question for the jury to decide.
- The court granted in part and denied in part Apple’s motion seeking to exclude the opinions of OPTi’s damages expert. The court ruled that the facts in the case do not support application of the entire market value rule, and that OPTi’s expert would be allowed to present to the jury the balance of the opinions that were the subject of Apple’s motion.